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"Biutiful," the haunting tale of a cancer-stricken father and one of this year's five foreign language Academy Award nominees, would never have been made today, the film's director, Alejandro Gonzalez-Inarritu, said Saturday during a panel at the Academy's headquarters.
Far from the urban desperation of "Biutiful" or the meth-riddled rural life of "Winter's Bone," stars of those two Oscar-nominated films celebrated their good fortune at a private penthouse party at one of the city's newest hotspots.
The film 'Pa Negre' (Black Bread) dominated Spain's version of the Oscars by taking nine trophies with its tale of a family drama in post-Civil War Spain.
A disturbing modern Greek myth, an Algerian independence tale, a sibling journey from Canada and a Danish study of friendship and fate are up against gritty Mexican drama "Biutiful" for the Academy Award for best foreign language film.
LIMITED EDITION: "Toy Story 3," which is up for five Academy Awards, is only the third animated feature film to receive an Oscar nomination for best picture. "Beauty and the Beast," nominated in 1991, was the first, and "Up," nominated last year, was the second. "Beauty and the Beast" and "WALL-E" are tied as the animated films with the most Oscar nods at six.
Director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "Biutiful," a tale of life, death and immigration on the rough side of Barcelona, was nominated for Best Foreign Film on Tuesday, giving Mexico its eighth Oscar nomination in a category it has yet to win.
Complete list of 83rd Annual Academy Award nominations announced Tuesday:
A Spanish filmmaker critical of the military dictatorship under Gen. Francisco Franco and who was credited with helping to revive the country's movie industry after its civil war died Saturday.
Luis Garcia Berlanga, a Spanish filmmaker credited with helping to revive the country's movie industry after its civil war, has died at age 89.